Nadal

The Real Slam?
any+altogether = all of them
no?

Although it's true for most of then anyway if #1 is understood to be the sole #1. The only venues Fred may be the sole #1 by peak would be Hamburg and Cincinnati, but competition is strong too. Djokovic doesn't even make top 3 in most cases, or top 5 lol.
 

Third Serve

G.O.A.T.
any+altogether = all of them
no?


Although it's true for most of then anyway if #1 is understood to be the sole #1. The only venues Fred may be the sole #1 by peak would be Hamburg and Cincinnati, but competition is strong too. Djokovic doesn't even make top 3 in most cases, or top 5 lol.
Ah, I see. I don't often see that expression written like that (with "any" in front). I usually see it phrased like this:

Fred certainly isn't #1 for peak on the non-clay values as a whole.
 
Too bad your opinion is as good as anybody's. :cool:
Too bad truth-seeking has become nonexistent on these boards, at least there was some concerted effort at times here and there in the past. Polarisation reigns supreme, even attempting any sort of honest analysis appears laughable.
 

Biotic

Professional
Too bad truth-seeking has become nonexistent on these boards, at least there was some concerted effort at times here and there in the past. Polarisation reigns supreme, even attempting any sort of honest analysis appears laughable.
any+altogether = all of them
no?

Although it's true for most of then anyway if #1 is understood to be the sole #1. The only venues Fred may be the sole #1 by peak would be Hamburg and Cincinnati, but competition is strong too. Djokovic doesn't even make top 3 in most cases, or top 5 lol.
"Honest analysis"
 
"Honest analysis"
Yes I'm exaggerating as the board style of so-called discussion calls for - but it is possibly a reasonable take when hypothetically adjusted for eras. Djokovic's style isn't geared towards producing the highest peak as the more offensive styles but greater average. It's not that there's a colossal difference at any junction.
 
"Honest analysis"
Anyway if there was more desire to deliberate over tennis directly as seen on match footage, I'd be up for it eventually. I've had the thought of making a chat group for that by early summer perhaps, if you're willing I'd pencil you there as well. I trust you to be able to focus on tennis over players when free from the polrising influence of GPPD. I mean I believe you're a nice reasonable guy acting goofier because of this gppd climate, like I do.
 

Biotic

Professional
Yes I'm exaggerating as the board style of so-called discussion calls for - but it is possibly a reasonable take when hypothetically adjusted for eras. Djokovic's style isn't geared towards producing the highest peak as the more offensive styles but greater average. It's not that there's a colossal difference at any junction.
Good luck with that.

Anyway if there was more desire to deliberate over tennis directly as seen on match footage, I'd be up for it eventually. I've had the thought of making a chat group for that by early summer perhaps, if you're willing I'd pencil you there as well. I trust you to be able to focus on tennis over players when free from the polrising influence of GPPD. I mean I believe you're a nice reasonable guy acting goofier because of this gppd climate, like I do.
Maybe, if I got time.
 

Sudacafan

Talk Tennis Guru
I never thought I would find a thread about Nadal with the title just reading Nadal.
Kind of disrespectful.
 

Purestriker

New User
Because he did have back issues this AO. He was, therefore, being honest.

Nadal could only compete without major problems at the AO because he received a medical procedure (an injection in the back) to avoid feeling pain. But momentarily avoiding the pain is not enough to solve the physical issue. The problem was still there and he needed time without playing to recover.

He needed at least one month without playing to fully recover, if possible even more. And hard courts are more aggressive to to the body than clay courts, so it makes sense that he made his return during the clay season.
Right!
 
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